Highway brings a colorful assortment of practical yet feminine cross-body bags, wallets and scarves to the Nolita neighborhood. In 2000, designer Jem Leaf embarked on creating a brand that reflects the concept of a highway, a route that connects people and ideas from all walks of life. The bags are . . . more
Representing the best of Israeli artists and designers, Rosebud boutique is akin to a gallery of contemporary — but wearable art. You can discover its treasures for yourself by taking ZTrend's detour to New York's Upper East Side, where you'll discover little-known contemporary fashion designers' . . . more
For her entire career Ellen Christine has immersed herself in a milliner's life of fashion and style. Her designs were initially for the trade only, but over the past sixteen years she has made her services available to retail clients too, creating classic but whimsical designs for those . . . more
Formerly known as Miller's Harness Company, and later Copperfield's, Manhattan Saddlery is the only tack shop in all of New York City. Although the shop has changed names throughout the years, it has remained a family business for over 80 years. The family owned tack shop continues to sell the . . . more
Look pretty wearing beautiful vintage inspired silk dresses for special occasions and every day wear. At Kimera , Yvonne Chu breathes a glimmer of glamor into each dress she creates. Inspired by the graceful fashion of the1950’s, Yvonne designs Hollywood dresses and gowns that only a movie star, . . . more
After a successful career as a stylist for iconic names like Prada and Valentino, fashion designer Brookelynn Starnes finally took the jump and opened up her own clothing boutique Cloak & Dagger in 2006. Since the early age of eight, Starnes knew she was destined for a future in fashion. As a girl, . . . more
Founded in NYC by Hiten Manseta, principal designer and owner of Tusk - specializing in handbags and small leather goods for men and women. Manseta opened his sleek flagship boutique & showroom in the Chelsea neighborhood back in 2004.
Manseta began his design career working with the famous . . . more
This small French fabric boutique, with a heritage of over 150 years, features cheery striped fabrics that will brighten anyone’s home. Ready-made home furnishings and office accessories alike are given a makeover with vibrant stripes of colors. Les Toiles du Soleil sells indoor and outdoor . . . more
Margaret O'Leary is no stranger to knitwear having been raised in the lush countryside of County Kerry Ireland where beautiful hand knits are a wardrobe staple. In 1989 O'Leary, aka "Yarn Chef" set up shop in her San Francisco apartment and throughout the years has continued to flourish into . . . more
TRUNK boutique located in New York’s next great idyllic neighborhood of DUMBO, is thinking locally by supporting community artists and designers in the five boroughs who create excellent high-quality pieces with low impact on the environment.
A pact between a group of New York designers to . . . more
Daika maximizes usefulness and artistry in its blissful leather products, with clean and simple minimalist designs skillfully constructed in Long Island City, New York. Bags, wallets, sandals, jewelry and personal accessories are handmade by founder and designer, Taishi, a talented graduate of New . . . more
For more than 30 years, Peter Hermann continues to pack its shelves with a generous selection of fine leather goods and small accessories for men and women. They are choosy about their merchandise, selling important pieces and things that other shops don't carry.
Meg Cohen is known for her soft cashmere scarves, gloves and hats for men and women. Available year-round in her SoHo boutique are luxurious wool-angora blankets, marble cotton and light-weight woven cashmere scarves in stripes and solid colors. Fall and winter cashmere arrivals begin to populate . . . more
Entering The Little House stirs youthful memories of happening upon safe, secret hiding places that provided warmth and a sense of refuge. A narrow, spiral staircase leads you down to the intimate interior that holds a limited amount of apparel for him and her, artwork, candles, postcard sets and . . . more